NVIDIA Officially Releases CUDA 6
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 15 April 2014 at 02:28 PM EDT. 9 Comments
We've been talking about NVIDIA's work on CUDA 6 since last November but today the sixth generation Compute Unified Device Architecture has finally been officially released.

A NVIDIA CUDA 6 Release Candidate was made public today while just-announced via the NVIDIA Blog is the production version of CUDA 6.

NVIDIA CUDA 6 adds support for unified memory, CUDA support for the Tegra K1 SoC, XT and Drop-In library interfaces, improvements to the developer tools, and many other changes. A dive in on the detailed changes to CUDA 6 can be found via this new NVIDIA posting.

Those wishing to download NVIDIA CUDA 6 for Windows, OS X, and Linux platforms can find the binaries via developer.nvidia.com.

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